Science and Technology
The Truth Will Out
One of the requirements of my job is reading evolutionist
publications in order to keep up with both the latest genuine research
and the stories that evolutionists keep inventing. It is not always an
easy thing to do. But one of the rather amusing aspects of keeping tabs
on the evolutionists is how even the true believers in the religion of
evolutionism can’t help but see the truth. In the October 2004 edition
of the evolutionist magazine Scientific American is an article on genetic programming. Below are two interesting quotes from this article.
One of the statements by the author John S. Mattick, makes a point that everyone should keep in mind, “Assumptions can be dangerous, especially in science. . . . assumptions often graduate to articles of faith, and new observations are forced to fit them”. Such is the case with the religion of evolutionism. Evolutionism has been made so elastic that any find can be forced to fit into it. Another observation is that “The creation of complex objects, whether houses or horses, demands two kinds of specifications: one for the components and one for the system that guides their assembly. (To build a house, one must specify the needed bricks, boards and beams, but one must also have an architectural plan to show how they fit together.)”. What evolutionists would have people believe is that both types of complexity could arise simultaneously and accidentally. Something that no one, not already committed to the religion of evolutionism, would ever believe. The reality of God’s intelligent design is inescapable. Paul tells us in Romans 1:20 that those who fail to see the evidence of Creation in nature are “without excuse”.